The brain is the most complex organ in the human body. It not only processes cognitive and emotional functions but also controls the rest of the organs, including the ear, which is responsible for hearing.
In this article, we will talk about the role of the brain in hearing and what happens if the auditory system and the brain are not fully coordinated.
Exposure to loud noises damages the auditory cells in the inner ear, and when it is prolonged over time, it can lead to progressive hearing loss. In this article, we present the data on the incidence of hearing loss in Europe, along with the World Health Organization’s guidelines for preventing this issue.
Perceptive deafness, usually referred to as sensorineural hearing loss, is caused by malformations or damage to the inner ear or auditory nerve. We explain its causes and possible treatments in our article below.